First Test: Do you walk in the Light? (1 John 1:6)
Second Test: Do you admit and confess sin? (1 John 1:8-9)
Third Test : Are you Obedient? ( 1 John 2:3-5)
Fourth Test: Do you imitate Christ? (1 John 2:6)
Fifth Test: Do you love others? ( 1 John 2:9)
Six Test : Do you love the world? Your relationship with the world. (1 John 2:15-17)
Seventh Test: Does Christ Righteousness show in you? ( 1 John 2:29)
How did you do? Did you pass the test? If not, understand your guilt by sinning against God by continually breaking His 10 commandments, His Holy Moral Standard.
There is some conflict in your "test." It appears to me (which is why I hope to clarify) that you are putting new wine in old wine skins. The blue part in your above quote singles out "Christ's righteousness" showing in us, yet the bulk of your questions rely on a foundation of self-work according to the Law of Moses. The Bible is clear on this friend, we are not to be having "OUR OWN righteousness which is BY THE LAW."
The problem with that is that the 10 Commandments are meant to reveal sin to be sin, and a condition of slavery to sin.
Faith is meant to bring the Holy Spirit which sets our minds free from sin by the continued working and chastisement of the Spirit within. Unfortunately your questions are predicated on whether or not WE pass a test brought forth by the law, and at the same time asks us whether or not CHRIST'S righteousness is showing forth.
It's a double talking test. It's a forked tongued question, even if unintentional. You have not properly understood the place of the 10 Commandments in God's work to bring people to Christ.
God's moral code runs through EVERY LAW in the law, all 613 laws, not just 10, so the 10 Commandments are not "His Holy Moral Standard" the entire Law is, and Christ within fulfills not just 10 Commandments but the entire law. Did Jesus say "I have come to fulfill the prophets and the 10 Commandments?" NO. He fulfills "the LAW and the prophets
," and in doing so BECOMES the righteousness of those who believe, which is where they get their morality apart from the law.2 Thess 2:13
But we ought always to give thanks to God for you, brothers beloved by the Lord, because God chose you as the firstfruits TO....BE...SAVED, THROUGH sanctification by the Spirit and belief in the truth.
Righteousness and morality and salvation (from sin) are not achieved by following a written code of commandments but it comes THROUGH sanctification by the Spirit and belief in the truth. Belief in the truth (faith) leads to salvation because the Spirit is WHAT sanctifies us.
So my answer to 1-6 are: no, no, no, no, no and no. My answer to 7 is yes, because I credit Christ with 1-6.